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Social Impact Report

CVC’s annual Social Impact Report attempts to capture the aggregate outcomes that occur at the Villages across our rich network of more than 20 partner agencies.

•Housing stability contributed to an average 7.1 percent increase in permanent resident incomes, up 29 percent from the 5.5 percent increase in 2015. CVC’s increase was nearly double the rates for L.A. County and the nation.

Housing stability contributed to an average 7.1 percent increase in permanent resident incomes, up 29 percent from the increase in 2015, and nearly double the rates for L.A. County and the nation.

The report is used to identify community needs and shortcomings while promoting both campus-wide and individual agency performance improvements. It helps coordination and collaboration across agencies with the end result being that of a stronger community, more sharing of resources, fewer redundancies, and ultimately better outcomes for residents.

We hope the report demonstrates value to our collective stakeholders that have invested significant resources the Villages, and generates new interest and renewed support for the campus and our partners. This additional support will help to build capacity and create more value, helping to ensure CVC’s long term sustainability and success in achieving its mission.

We invite you to download the 2017 Social Impact Report, to learn more about our approach to ending the cycle of homelessness.

 

2016 Social
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2015 Social
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Social Impact Report Archive

2017 Social Impact Report (Current)
2016 Social Impact Report
2015 Social Impact Report
2014 Social Impact Report
2013 Social Impact Report
2012 Social Impact Report

In 2016, we asked Primm Research to run the numbers on the economic impact of CVC’s activities on surrounding communities and the results blew us away. In 2015 alone, our operations supported over 600 jobs in Los Angeles County while contributing more than $23 million of household earnings and $30.3 million of total economic output. Download The Primm Research Economic Report (2016)